The funeral mass began at 12:00 in the church of Mar Maria Alexandra on PL. Three crosses in Warsaw. After, after at 13:30 the urn with the actor’s ashes was placed in the grave at the cemetery in Komoro near Pruszków.
The actor said goodbye to family and friends. Not many people came to the church at Plac Trzech Krzyży in Warsaw.
Krzysztof Kiersznowski It was known to viewers. He did, inter alia, in “Fabanco” I “Killers”. He also played in series, and they were, among others such products as: “Colors of Happiness”And “blond” if “Kowalski vs Kowalski.
Krzysztof Kiersznowski He started his career in 1976 with small television roles “Lighthouse Keeper” And Marble Man. A year later, he graduated from the acting department of the Polish National School of Film, Television and Theater in لودód and made his debut at the Ochota Theater in Warsaw.
He played his first featured role in 1980 in “Fabanco” Julius Macholsky. He played Nota, a petite thief who helped Quint, played by Jan Macholsky, take revenge on the banker Kramer. He reprized this role in 1984 in the sequel to the film “Vabank II or a riposte”.
Until the end of the 90s, he mainly played in the theater. In 1990, he and his wife left for Ireland, where she got a job at the embassy. He lived in Dublin for five years. From time to time he performed in the theater, where he was mainly given the roles of foreigners.
After returning to Poland, he again played another popular role thanks to Juliusz Machulski. in comedy “Basement” (1997) played Wąski, a bad midfielder for the Siara gang (Janusz Rewiński). Two years later, another equally famous part was created, “Kiler-s 2”in which he also appeared.
In 2001, he starred in the movie Hi Teresa Robert Gliński, for which he received good reviews from critics and was nominated for an Eagle Award for Best Supporting Performance. The black and white film tells the story of a fifteen-year-old girl, deprived of everyday views, who lives with her family in a small apartment in an apartment building. Kiersznowski He played Teresca’s father, who was unsuccessfully battling alcoholism.
Ironically, he has received the most awards for a role that seems to have been unjustly forgotten after so many years. in a “statistics” Michał Kwieciński (2006) played Edward, who runs a photo studio, and decides to make some extra money in the Chinese production, which is being produced in Poland – despite the fact that he underscores the superiority of his homeland over the rest of the world. the scientist. The role earned him an award in Gdynia and the Eagle in the Best Supporting Actor category.
In recent years, he has been mainly associated with the character Stefan in the series “Colors of Happiness”. Viewers equally welcomed his role in “blond”. Sam Kiersznowski He was glad that the roles in the series improved his image. “The main thing for an actor is to play as much as possible. Show what he can do on stage or in front of the camera, and not choose performances” – he said.
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